Two big changes noted were the change in the volume indicator which no longer takes the centre space on your iPhone screen, and a drag and drop feature that works within iPhone apps.
Wired keyboards are dead.
iOS 11 is out for developers now, with a final release expected in September. The tech has been built into the phones since 2014, to enable contactless Apple Pay transactions, but it's not been opened up to other uses until now.
Apple has revealed at WWDC 2017 that developers will be able to use the NFC chip in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with their apps. However, if you've just crippled your main iPhone and iPad with iOS 11 beta 1, there's an easy way to go back to the latest stable version of iOS, which is iOS 10.3.2.
This update will add various features to the AI helper including translation and Personal DJ, which recommends music to listen to based on what you like the most. Apple's speaker will be launching in the U.S., U.K., and Australia in December, with additional markets to come next year.Soon, Apple will introduce a new iPhone feature that will do away with that annoying - and risky - urge to look at a text message while you're driving.Apple says its new feature knows when you are driving and switches your iPhone into the new "Do Not Disturb While Driving" mode.
If you're a developer and have gained access to the iOS 11 Beta, or are someone who followed our get Apple's update early guide. So, the fact it wasn't mentioned, does not mean it's undervalued in any way. With iOS 11, however, it appears sharing your Wi-Fi login details will remain a secret.
This has been a longstanding issue with the iOS app store.
But none of these even come close to being the most important feature of iOS 11: Do Not Disturb While Driving.
So what will be allowed while driving in this mode?
Well, with iOS 11, iPhone and iPad users can now enjoy the WiFi password sharing features first innovated by Microsoft.
Ariana Grande Returns to Manchester Stage for Benefit Show
She told the crowd: "I want to thank you for coming together and being so loving and strong and unified". Proceeds will go to an emergency fund set up by the city of Manchester and the British Red Cross .